Implicit Bias Training
Drive measurable results with implicit bias training that creates the foundation for your organization’s diversity, equity, and inclusion learning journey.
What is Implicit Bias?

Implicit bias is a series of mental shortcuts that our brains make throughout the day. Implicit biases are informed by the things we observe in our daily worlds — television shows, advertisements, books, and common phrases or sayings— and sometimes include stereotypes we aren’t aware of. If we don’t address these implicit biases, our decisions can be influenced by them. Implicit biases can’t be eliminated altogether, but employees can learn how to recognize and manage them, ultimately contributing to a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace.

Why Manage Implicit Bias
Customized Implicit Bias Training For Your Organization

Whether you’re a growing startup or a global workforce, Paradigm can offer ways to meet your DEI goals. Our research-backed approach is designed to increase your team’s understanding of implicit bias and motivate them to adjust their behaviors.

Our implicit bias training options include:

Online Implicit Bias Training

Using Paradigm Reach, you can provide a three-part course on Managing Implicit Bias along with microlearning topics like Calling Out Bias, the Impact of Implicit Bias on Customers, and the Relationship Between Implicit Bias and Racism.

Expert-Led Live Workshops on Implicit Bias

Our DEI experts at Paradigm can facilitate live discussions and help your team understand how to apply what they learn to their everyday work.

Actionable Resources to Guide Everyday Scenarios

Actionable checklists help employees manage biases in a variety of situations, and discussion guides help steer productive small group discussions.

Our DEI consultants can help you at every step –, from selecting the right approach for your organization to implementing it for maximum results.

Drive Impact

How Our Training Drives Impact

After our Implicit Bias training, 96% of people understand implicit bias and 74% commit to mitigating it with at least two behaviors. The goal of our training is to help your team:

After, 96% of people understand implicit bias and 74% commit to mitigating it with at least two behaviors. The goal of our training is to help your team:


How implicit bias creates challenges in collaboration, management, and effective decision making


And recognize implicit bias in day-to-day work and interactions


In specific behaviors that promote better team productivity, better leadership, and better inclusivity in their organizational culture

See How Other Leading Organizations Utilize Paradigm’s World-Class Training and DEI Experts

“With Paradigm’s help, we have seen a huge cultural shift, and data prove the programs, processes, and frameworks we’re putting in place are moving the needle.”

The New York Times

Shift the paradigm

Our award-winning DEI experts are dedicated to helping clients create stronger teams and more inclusive organizations.

Here’s a sample of our results:

1000 +

Companies supported through DEI initiatives

2 x

Greater awareness of DEI strategies

20 %

Increase in leadership from underrepresented backgrounds

Frequently Asked Questions
What are some of the possible impacts of implicit bias?
Implicit bias can affect any part of your organization, from hiring to promotions to your employees’ daily experiences.
Is implicit bias preventable?
Implicit bias is based on the way your brain functions, so it can’t be prevented entirely. Instead, it needs to be addressed continuously through intentional efforts to manage those biases.
How do you manage implicit bias?
Putting more structure into your decision-making is the best way to manage biases. We teach a three-part framework: time, intention, and process (TIP).
Is implicit bias and racism the same?
No, implicit bias and racism are not the same thing. However, there is a relationship between the two: implicit bias is informed by stereotypes that are often grounded in racism. If you rely on those stereotypes to make decisions — consciously or unconsciously — you risk perpetuating racism and racist myths.

Ready to chat with one of our DEI experts and make an impact?